We talked with three restaurant owners about their adjustments to social-distancing recommendations as they re-open for business, and some of the changes look like they’re here to stay!
San Juan Basin Public Health reported a 42 percent increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases in La Plata County during the last two weeks of June as Durango re-opens and visitors arrive on summer vacation.
Jolie Ensign, nutritionist with Habit, recommends that you keep a journal about the foods you eat, not to count calories, but to observe how foods make you feel mentally and physically.
The Clarks, owners of the 60-year-old Toh-Atin Gallery, say the protests over the historic Chief sign couldn’t have come at a worst time as they struggle to stay in business during the pandemic.
We talk with Christine Serwe, president of the Durango Area Association of Realtors, about whether Durango can expect an influx of urbanites who want to live in a healthier, safer community after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The more information that the area’s human-services agencies have about the population, the more revenues they can raise through grants, federal and state funding. So, fill out your census questionnaire.
Tailwind Nutrition started out as a business to provide good, easy-to-digest energy for endurance athletes, and now, their products are energizing the frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tattoo artists always have practiced good hygiene and sanitizing procedures, but reopening in the ‘new normal’ after the pandemic closures has been more challenging as a business.
After 13 weeks sequestered in your house, you may have soothed your anxiety with chips, cookies, and all manner of sugary foods. We offer a Road to Recovery with a 5-Week Nutrition Reboot.
You may not be able to tour the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park, but you can still enjoy the cultural history and magnificent environment from the rim drives.
If your kids are bouncing off the walls after three months of social distancing at home, consider enrolling them in a weeklong STEM camp at the Powerhouse Science Center this summer.
Tourism nationwide is expected to lose more than 45 percent of its revenues this year because of the pandemic, but the Durango Area Tourism Office has a plan to bring visitors back to SWCO.
The Fiora family has had to try some creative marketing strategies to sell lots in Edgemont Highlands with social-distancing restrictions in place. So they’re throwing a drive-in lot tour event, complete with door prizes. Find out when it is!
Gene Trujillo talks about his "road to recovery" as he makes the best of the economic challenges from the pandemic.
The Cyprus Cafe was one of the first restaurants that fell victim to the COVID-19 business closures. But former owner Alison Dance decided to bring back her Mediterranean menu at Dandelion Cafe.
The East Canyon Fire west of Cherry Creek Road has sparked evacuations, new pre-evacuation orders to three miles east of Cherry Creek Road, and closed U.S. Highway 160.
Durango High School seniors will be able to walk across the stage to accept their diplomas in an unusual drive-in ceremony reminiscent of old drive-in movies. Ceremonies start at 10 a.m. on June 13.
When Durango-area residents take to the streets to protest police brutality and racial injustice in the wake of George Floyd’s death, the Durango Police Department will be unobtrusively present.
A rare subspecies of cutthroat trout found only in isolated streams of the San Juan Mountains is on its way back from near extinction, thanks to biologists at the Colorado Fish Hatchery in Durango.
New listings are coming online, properties are going under contract, and sales resume as La Plata County begins to reopen. Can commercial real estate weather the storm?
Charles Leslie, director of the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College, says the popular Music in the Park summer concert series will head online with artists performing from the concert-hall stage and from their home studios.
When parents are involved in a bitter divorce, children often become the victims on the battleground. A non-profit offers a safe haven for kids while they interact with one parent or another.
Ben Frihauf with Farmers Insurance of Durango offers advice about your insurance policies and what discounts and rebates may be coming your way in the wake of the pandemic.
While the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad waits for approval from the state Health Department to begin runs to Silverton, an symbolic train delivered hope to the tiny town.